Icann strategy officer leaves after conflict of interest

Friday 16 November 2012 | 13:19 CET | News
Icann announced the resignation of recently appointed chief strategy officer Kurt Pritz, due to a conflict of interest. Pritz will still serve as a subject matter expert where needed at Icann, but is no longer an officer at the internet regulator. He will have no access to new gTLD applicant information, nor will he play a role in the new gTLD program. Icann said it was reassigning his responsibilities to other management.

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